Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network

Online Training

Online Outcome and Casemix Measures Training

AMHOCN now provides an opportunity for staff working in Australian public sector mental health services to undertake online training in the measures that make up the National Outcomes and Casemix Collection (NOCC).

For Child and Adolescent mental health workers, this includes the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales Child and Adolescent (HoNOSCA), the Childrens Global Assessment Scale (CGAS) and the Factors Influencing Health Status (FIHS).

For those working with Adults, this includes the Health of the Nation Outcomes Scales (HoNOS), the Life Skills Profile 16 (LSP) and the Focus of Care (FOC).

Those working with Older Persons can access training in the Health of the Nation Outcomes Scales 65+ (HoNOS65+), the Life Skills Profile 16 (LSP), the Focus of Care (FOC) and the Resource Utilisation Groups – Activities of Daily Living (RUG-ADL).

Online training involves:

If you complete all components of this training you will receive a certificate of satisfactory completion from AMHOCN.

Click here to gain access to the online training where you will be asked to complete some enrolment details. Complete all sections of the application so that we can ensure you have access to the material you need.

Once enrolled, you will be sent a username and password that will give you access to the online training.

Already have a user name and password?

If you have already enrolled and have a user name and password, click here to gain acess to the training.

Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program (MHNIP)

AMHOCN continues to receive enquiries from nurses participating in the Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program (MHNIP) for Health of the Nation Outcome Scales (HONOS) Training. To gain access to online HoNOS training simply follow the enrolment process outlined above.

Online Training Feedback

This online training is in development; however if you have any issues or comments in relation to our current online training modules, please email the AMHOCN Training & Service Development Team.